From Street Preaching to Position of Recognition, a review of Dr Sam Mayanja’s Book 

In their famous book, The ONE Thing, authors Gary Keller and Jay Papasan argue that focus is a matter of deciding what things you’re NOT going to do.” You can only know what you are not doing once you know what you are doing. Dr Sam Mayanja knows what he is doing when he talks about land. In the first 109 pages of this book, … Continue reading From Street Preaching to Position of Recognition, a review of Dr Sam Mayanja’s Book 

Barbara Barungi

Barbara Barungi: For the Love of Art

Barbara is a passionate lover of art who, for decades, has been immersed in its appreciation and collection. She is one of a nine member founding initiative of art collectors called the Contemporary Art Society of Uganda. It is commonly known as CASU. She is a managing partner at Imara Africa Consulting and a board member of Access Bank Kenya. I (DK) had a conversation … Continue reading Barbara Barungi: For the Love of Art

Patrick Aporu- Loved by the Very Best

Patrick Aporu is a transport officer at Stanbic Bank Uganda. He has been part of the big blue family for close to 20 years. For all these years, he is grateful for the love he has got from the bank. Having joined as young man then, Patrick wanted a job that he would hive him peace of mind while at work, a fulfilment he found at … Continue reading Patrick Aporu- Loved by the Very Best

Random Beautiful Places of Uganda

I have been on the road recently running around Uganda. My eyes saw very unique features I would like to share about. The Hut at Acholi Inn It is a big round hut with thick step thatch, an architectural design unique to the Acholi sub region of Northern Uganda. This hut was very instrumental for the peace negotiations during the LRA War that went on … Continue reading Random Beautiful Places of Uganda

Anne Hope Anguyo, Arua’s Star Farmer

On a hot afternoon when Arua is boiling with trade and business, the roads are busy with trucks driving past hither and thither to Kampala and to other markets. Arua is the intersection of trade for Uganda, South Sudan and Democratic Republic of Congo. Hundreds of boda boda riders cruise past. Here time is of the essence. The world passes by so fast if you … Continue reading Anne Hope Anguyo, Arua’s Star Farmer

We Are All Birds of Uganda

Ever since the introduction of the East African passport, many Ugandans have taken to acquiring them. It also comes at a time when more Ugandans are continuously seeking employment opportunities abroad. Whereas it is easy for some to secure their passports, to some —especially first time passport applicants— going beyond the interview stage has proved to be more tasking than they ever imagined. A number … Continue reading We Are All Birds of Uganda

THE PROFESSOR WHO SAW BEYOND MY FAILURES

This is a story by Anne Kizza. As a former student of Prof Abasi Kiyimba, famously known as AK in the corridors of Literature Department, Makerere University, this is one story that should be read by many. Let me tell you a beautiful story about a professor who redeemed a student. Who single handedly blocked the expulsion of the student from Makerere University, when the … Continue reading THE PROFESSOR WHO SAW BEYOND MY FAILURES

Muyi Consulting Group – Uganda Partners with Gatefield – Nigeria

Muyi Consulting Group Uganda has announced its strategic partnership with Gatefield, a management consultancy firm based in Nigeria. This comes at a time when the world turns towards collaboration instead of competition. The two companies have been building synergies in their home countries but with this new partnership, they will launch out to offer management services across the continent. As the world gets global and … Continue reading Muyi Consulting Group – Uganda Partners with Gatefield – Nigeria

Kwiz Era Is Painting a Conscious Earth

As part of #WorldEnvironmentDay2022, ACTADE went out to celebrate a few individuals who are out to conserve the environment. Kwiz Era has used his gifted hands to paint a conscious world. Through his brush, he tells stories about environment conservation that are often taken for granted. Through his work, he reminds us of our responsibility in conserving the environment. He was the boy that dismantled radios at home … Continue reading Kwiz Era Is Painting a Conscious Earth